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Loli-ball nudity anime Ro Kyu Bu returns after its week hiatus excelling at what it does best – delivering a terrible remedial plot with nude elementary schooler service for specific niche viewer interest.

This episode happens to be the highly unsurprising swimming area service episode which comes as a mandatory addition with every and any female character focused slice of life series. Also expectedly, it brings forth an incredible incomprehensible magnitude of exposed flat chests, mizugi mishaps, panty service shots, and an innovative element unique to the series, a face full of loli breasts.

Being summer, they make a shocking decision to head out to the beach. All the lolis are excited about receiving swimming lessons to the point they forget they will have to exhibit their shameful flat-chest in public – that is all save for a single loli Airi, who is terrified of the ghastly formidable fluid known commonly as “water”.

The episode then shifts its foremost facade of plot to display Subaru teaching Airi to swim alongside additional assistance from the rest of the lolita crew – of course every moment of that is used as an excuse to display some lacking physical development at its finest. That is done all before switching over into a new sub-story surrounding Subaru’s friend for no apparent purpose related to the plot at hand other than to seemingly complicate it with the intended impression of being meaningful and elaborate.

Airi finally comes to realize that water is not all so dreadful and grim as she previously believed it to be. She comes to conclude that regardless of her childish grudges against it, water is necessary for living and required even to sustain the lives of lolis.

The series is equally as abhorrent in regards to legitimate story elements as it is excellent in showcasing flat-chests.

3 Comments

  • Ah, and so our favorite loli-inducing anime, Ro-Kyu-Bu!, has come back to us after its admittedly refreshing week away. Now the forums are lit with lolicons foaming at the mouth, comments of inappropriate subject matter I feel obligated not to repeat here on this site being strewn about left and right.

    As I can no longer bear the burden of watching an entire episode of this disease-ridden infection to the anime industry, I have to settle for streaming through it. Even at this however I happened to notice that there was little to no basketball present in this episode. Surprise? No, not at all.

    To this and so much more which Seven has been so gracious in explaining…

    -FACEPALM-

  • wolfdawg says:

    what episode is this??? I only watched 1 and dropped it, yep not even the 480p releases.

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